We work with same sex attracted (SSA) individuals from diverse backgrounds, and their families and friends.
We provide opportunities for people with common interests to meet in a supportive environment where it is safe to share their experiences and learn from each other.
We work with men, women and children from diverse backgrounds who are experiencing life pressures, loneliness, sadness, depression, or related health issues.
We work with individuals and families affected by or at risk of HIV, hepatitis B and/or C, or by sexually transmissible infections (STIs). This can include migrants, refugees, sex workers and international students of all ages and genders.